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The Best Startup Perk? A 40-Hour Week

The clichéd perks of high-flying tech companies such as free meals, massages and doggy daycare serve a dual purpose: They keep employees happy (office beer) and create an atmosphere that makes working long, intense hours seem not so bad. A handful of tech startups have been touting a different approach to getting the best out of their workers: Make them work less. They’re making sure their employees go home on time, unplug at night and enjoy their weekends.
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